The Klausberg in South Tyrol, with almost 30 kilometers of blue and red marked pistes, offers beginners, advanced skiers and advanced skiers good opportunities for a great day on the slopes and is therefore the ideal location for a winter holiday for families.
For beginners, the blue marked descents from chair lift No. 5 and the Hühnerspiel chair lift to the top station of the cable car are ideal. At the valley station in Steinhaus there is also a shorter practice slope, which can also be reached by chairlift.
The highlight for advanced skiers is the red marked descent from the highest point of the ski area at an altitude of 2,510 metres. The starting point can be reached via the gondola lift No. 8 and the other red marked descents are also worthwhile. The No. 3 chairlift takes you up to 1,960 metres above sea level and from there you can take a red marked descent to the valley station or the top station of the cable car No. 1.
For experienced skiers there are 3 km of black marked slopes available. From the red marked downhill run, which leads away from the top station of the gondola lift No. 8, the highest point of the ski area, a black marked section branches off, which then runs parallel to the chair lift No. 2. In addition, a black marked part of the descent from the Hühnerspiel leads to the red marked runway to the valley station of the Hühnerspiel chairlift.
For snowboarders and freestylers there is a snowpark at Klausberg. It is located at the red marked downhill run from the top station of the gondola lift No. 8, the highest point of the ski area, to its bottom station.